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This is the instructional do-it-yourself guide and parts list on building a near replica or your own version of my now retired “mobility EDC pack“.

This “mobility pack” is the answer to needing to carry additional gear that won’t fit in my clothing pockets but not enough gear to warrant a daypack.

I made this mini go-bag from spare parts and by cannibalizing from gear I already had as part of my packing list on a whim in a hotel room.

It took me a while through trial and error to get it just right, combining seemingly unfitting parts together to make something useful as a whole. The entire kit is irreversible as there was no sewing or permanent changes made to each part with one exception.

So with more time, better materials, tools and experimenting, you should be able to make something far better and customized to suit your exact needs. This is just how I did it with what I had at the time.

It’s important to understand that you don’t have to lock yourself into these specific items, it’s just the ones that I happen to have when I constructed this.

Ocean Tower on Mount Luho in Boracay, Philippines /// Vinjatek

Mobility EDC Pack DIY Guide /// VInjatek

THE PARTS ///

ETA Trauma Kit Pouch // ITS
        $59+   |   INTEL   |   BUY »

MOLLE Top Shoulder Strap // Hazard 4
        $9+   |   INTEL   |   BUY »

Utility Pant Belt // DSPTCH
        $30+   |   INTEL   |   BUY »

Utility Gear Strap // DSPTCH
        $20+   |   INTEL   |   BUY »

Diamond Grip Shock Cord // SGT Knots
        $9+   |   INTEL   |   BUY »

Cord Toggle Stoppers // DYZD
        $9+   |   INTEL   |   BUY »

3 Inch TacTies // Maxpedition
        $6+   |   INTEL   |   BUY »

Heavy Duty Hook & Loop Tape // Velcro
        $20+   |   INTEL   |   BUY »

Tactical Gear MOLLE Clip // Duraflex
        $5+   |   INTEL   |   BUY »

Link Snap MOLLE Clip // XTACER
        $6+   |   INTEL   |   BUY »

Coiled Kevlar Lanyard // Attach & Secure
        $11+   |   INTEL   |   BUY »

Siamese Slik Clips // Duraflex
        $7+   |   INTEL   |   BUY »


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[The featured photo was taken on top of Mount Luho on the island of Boracay, Philippines.]


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3 Comments

  1. I waited so long for this post ;). Very inspirational concept and I love to learn more about it finally. I’ve already built a similar system by “reverse engineering” using the pics from your Backpack Kit Setup Guide. I knew already it was a ITS ETA on a Hazard4 Strap but I was never sure how you attached the belt(s). Now, most :o) questions are answered. Thank you.

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